Dejitaru Tsuka price prediction: What is Dejitaru Tsuka (TSUKA)?

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Is Ryoshi really behind Dejitaru Tsuka, or is it a ploy?

Dejitaru Tsuka (TSUKA) coin                                 
Who is really behind the TSUKA token? – Photo: dejitarutsuka.io
                                

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It has got people’s attention with its potential links to a crypto icon, but what is Dejitaru Tsuka (TSUKA)?

Let’s see if we can find out some more, and take a look at that the Dejitaru Tsuka price prediction, too.

Dejitaru Tsuka explained

Dejitaru Tsuka is a token based on the Ethereum blockchain, which means that if we were to talk about something like a Dejitaru Tsuka coin price prediction that would be wrong. It is a token rather than a coin.

The entire description of the crypto on its website reads as follows: “Japanese lore destine [sic] the Dejitaru Tsuka dragon to breathe vast flames of wisdom and prosperity to all who embrace its ferocity and strength. It is the harbinger of abundance and wealth.

“The Dejitaru Tsuka dragon is coveted by the knowing and revered by the lesser. It instills fear and terror into the hearts and minds of those who question. Seal your fate and fortune by harnessing the unrivaled [sic] power of the Dejitaru Tsuka dragon.”

There is no apparent whitepaper for the token and Dejitaru Tsuka did not immediately respond to Currency.com’s request to see a copy of the whitepaper.

Normally, that would be that. A token that appears with very little information, and with no whitepaper for potential investors to examine so they can understand what it is they are putting their money into, can usually be ignored or passed over, for obvious reasons.  

The legend of Ryoshi

There is, however, one thing that might make the TSUKA token worth a second look. While plenty of people have been involved in the launch of a number of different crypto projects, most of them have used their own names and are identifiable. On the other hand there have been plenty of other cryptos – most notably Bitcoin – that were set up by a person, or a group of people, who used a pseudonym.

One of the more notable recently pseudonymously founded cryptocurrencies is Shiba Inu. While this was founded as a sort-of parody of Dogecoin, itself a parody of cryptocurrency as a whole, it has managed to capture a lot of people’s imaginations and is a mainstay in the top 20 cryptocurrencies by size.

Shiba Inu had a founder who called themselves Ryoshi. Ryoshi was involved in the SHIB community until 30 May 2022, when he, she or they deleted their tweets and posted two blog posts.

One said: “I am not important, and one day I will be gone without notice. Take the SHIBA and journey upwards frens”. The other post read: “Every Shibarmy is Ryoshi. It does not represent someone, but the glory of Shibarmy!” With those two posts, they were gone. 

With Ryoshi having established a pretty important cryptocurrency, whether by accident or design, there was some interest in where they had gone, whether they were going to come back and what would happen next. One potential answer to those questions came on 24 July 2022, when the Dejitaru Tsuka twitter feed posted a message, apparently from Ryoshi, that read as follows.

“Frens, Please know when you start a revolution there will be static. This is OK. As a member of this movement there will be times where you may feel overwhelmed, shaken, and even isolated. This is all phases of total enlightenment and decentralization. Do not fret. For when we achieve what we have been destined to do. The tables will be turned. The fearful will often feel overwhelmed and isolated. The signs of this pendulum shift is already apparent. They only know to lash out at the pure, just, and wholesome. This is the last step for them. It is fear. They fear what they do not understand. Continue to fight fear with knowledge, truth and passion. We are going against the grain of many years of status quo. It is the only way to fix this. This is the only way. The dragon is the great, bright, beacon of hope for many. You must have unwavering audacity of hope.”

This was not the first time that there had been some apparent link between Ryoshi and Tsuka. On 13 July, a blog post appeared, claiming to be based on Ryoshi’s blockchain messages to the Tsuka community and, on 18 July, a YouTube video posted by Dejitaru Tsuka argued why it thought Ryoshi was behind the token.

That said, there is an obvious word of warning to make here. Because Ryoshi is a pseudonym and, as the post of 13 July said, “we are all Ryoshi”, then there is no way of telling whether Ryoshi is behind it, whether Ryoshi’s principles are behind it, or whether talking about someone who, ultimately, may or may not actually exist as an individual is just a marketing ploy, impersonating Ryoshi. 

Dejitaru Tsuka price history

Anyway, let’s take a look at the (albeit short) TSUKA price history. You have to remember that past performance should never be taken as an indicator of future results, but knowing what a token has done in the past, even if there is not much past to go on, can help give us some much needed context when it comes to either making or interpreting a Dejitaru Tsuka price prediction. 

Although the idea behind the token came to be in late May 2022 – not long before Ryoshi apparently left Shiba Inu – it did not start to be traded on the open market until the following month and, on 29 June 2022, it traded at its all-time low of $0.002394.

The price then moved up, breaking through the cent mark on 5 July to stand at a daily high of $0.01189. After that, there was more growth, with TSUKA reaching its all-time high of $0.0447 on 19 July 2022.

There has been some decline since then, hitting a closing value of $0.0243 on 31 July. As of 8 August 2022, TSUKA is trading at $0.02503, according to CoinMarketCap

Dejitaru Tsuka price prediction

With that all out of the way, let’s take a look at the Dejitaru Tsuka price prediction. Keep it in mind that price predictions, especially when it comes to something as volatile as cryptocurrency, are very often wrong. We also need to point out that long-term crypto price forecasts are often made using an algorithm, which means they can change at any time. It is also worth taking note that TSUKA is a pretty new token, so there aren’t that many TSUKA token price predictions to go on. 

First, CoinArbitrageBot was relatively bullish with its Dejitaru Tsuka crypto price prediction. The site said that the token could possibly climb to $0.0293 this year before achieving $0.0542 by next year and $0.0877 the year after that. The site went on and offered a Dejitaru Tsuka price prediction for 2025 of $0.1419 for the token.

Next, DigitalCoinPrice made a TSUKA price prediction that suggested the token could hit $0.0328 in 2022, $0.0360 in 2023 and $0.0401 in 2024. By 2025, the token could be trading at $0.0466 before slipping to $0.0451 in 2026. There may be a recovery after that, with a predicted token price of $0.0579 in 2027, before a potential climb to $0.0801 in 2028 and $0.10 in 2029.

The site then offered a Dejitaru Tsuka price prediction for 2030 of $0.11, after which it suggested the coin could reach $0.13 in 2031. 

Finally, CryptoPredictions gave a Dejitaru Tsuka price prediction for 2022 that suggested the coin could close the year at about $0.0413. In August 2023, TSUKA might reach $0.0625, before potentially achieving $0.0711 12 months from then.

In August 2025, the token could be trading at around $0.0814, said CryptoPredictions, while a year from then it might be valued at $0.0888 before closing 2026 at $0.0908.

Final thoughts

Before we finish, some important points. First, TSUKA is a very new crypto, which means that we still do not really have any understanding of the sorts of price patterns it might display as time goes on.

Second, there is very little information about the token. There is no whitepaper, nor is there a roadmap. Investors might prefer to know what a token is meant to do, how it is supposed to work, and what the plans are before putting their money in it. You would think that something that promises to “instill fear and terror into the hearts and minds of those who question” might not be the immediate choice for the thoughtful crypto investor.

Finally, while there are strong suggestions made by the token’s social media that SHIB founder Ryoshi is in some way behind TSUKA, they remain as suggestions. There is no way of knowing whether or not Ryoshi has decided to create a new cryptocurrency. As always with crypto, you will need to be careful and cautious if you want to invest in TSUKA.

FAQs

How many Dejitaru Tsuka are there?

There is no figure, not even a self-reported one, for how many TSUKA are in circulation. There is, however, a total supply of one billion.

Is Dejitaru Tsuka a good investment?

At this early stage, it is very hard to say. Cryptocurrencies can show promise and then decline, while some cryptos stay stagnant for a long time before exploding into life. You will need to do your own research before investing in TSUKA.

Will Dejitaru Tsuka go up?

It might do, but then again, it might not. Keep in mind that cryptocurrencies can be incredibly volatile, and prices can go down just as easily as they can go up.

Should I invest in Dejitaru Tsuka?

This is a question that only you can answer for yourself. Before doing so, it is vital to conduct your own research, remember that prices can go down as well as up, and never invest more money than you can afford to lose. 

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